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What We Know About Work-Based Learning And Apprenticeship For Individuals With Disabilities In Hospitality

July 18, 2018

At a Glance

This brief overviews benefits and opportunities surrounding utilizing Registered Apprenticeship as a promising career strategy for workers with disabilities in the hospitality sector.

This brief provides a short overview of the history of work-based learning for workers with disabilities, with a focus on the hospitality sector. Included are numerous resources to support designing programming for workers with disabilities, in addition to a series of recommendations suggesting Registered Apprenticeship as a powerful tool for job placement and career exposure.

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